William Irvine correspondence

by William Irvine

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    ALS (1780 April 25; camp near Morristown, N.J.) from Irvine to Joseph Reed concerning the delay in appointment of officers in the Continental Army. Irvine also mentioned a review of four battalions by Anne-César, chevalier de La Luzerne, French minister to the United States.

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William B. Irvine. Literary Website. In that book, I described Stoicism in general terms; in this book, I focus my attention on how Stoicism can be used to deal with the setbacks we experience in daily living.

Some are small, others are catastrophic. Unless we are prepared to deal with them, though, our lives are likely to be filled with. Correspondence, the official letters which passed between Washington and Brig. Gen. William Irvine and between Irvine andothers concerning military affairs in the West from to ; by Washington, George, ; Butterfield, Consul Willshire, ; Irvine, William, Pages: I didn't write this book; Stoic philosopher Musonius Rufus did—or rather, his student Lucius did.

Nor did I translate the words in this book; my colleague Cynthia King did. I am listing it here because of the role I played in editing and publishing the work. Also, it is a must-read for any modern William Irvine correspondence book. Washington-Irvine Correspondence: The Official Letters Which Passed Between Washington and Brig-Gen.

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Internet Archive BookReader Washington-Irvine correspondence. The collection consists of a single bound volume containing copies of extracts from Brigadier General William Irvine’s book and papers.

The copies were created by James Veech in It is difficult to determine to what degree the section of Irvine’s correspondence during his command at Fort Pitt is complete.

A large part of the. This collection contains the papers of William Irvine, a physician during the American Revolution, and his family; the papers are housed in one document box and have been arranged into two sections: Correspondence, and Legal and Financial Papers.

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The third section contains miscellaneous letters and memoranda from the Irvine papers dating from to All of the materials in the sections are in chronological order. It is difficult to determine to what degree the section of Irvine’s correspondence during his command at Fort Pitt is complete.

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Correspondence, the Official Letters Which Passed Between Washington and Brig. Gen. William Irvine and Between Irvine Andothers Concerning Military Affairs in the West From to ; Author: George Washington, Consul Willshire Butterfield, William Irvine.

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Correspondence, letterbooks, ledgers, account books, legal records, lists, and other material relating primarily to the U.S. Arsenal in Philadelphia, Pa., later known as the Frankford Arsenal, and to superintendents of military stores William Irvine and his son Callender. Topics include the growth and supply needs of the U.S.

military in the early national period; preparations for the defense. This was a pretty good if brief introduction to the Stoic philosophy. What's notable about it is that the author, William Irvine, is not merely presenting historical information about the Stoics, or a primer on Stoicism for purely educational purposes, but actually advocating Stoicism as a philosophy of life with applicability to modern Westerners.

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Contributor: University of Pittsburgh. James Wilkinson Papers. Contains correspondence to and from James Wilkinson, Governor of the Louisiana Territory, high ranking official in the United States Army, and informant of, and.

Selections and extracts from Irvine manuscripts,copied by Draper in from originals loaned to him by Irvine's grandson, William A. Irvine of Warren County, Pennsylvania. The majority of these copies were later published by Consul W.

Butterfield in Washington-Irvine Correspondence (Madison, ). The first generation is represented by the papers, of William Irvine, including incoming and some outgoing correspondence,dealing with family matters and land speculation; land papers; an account book,of his military expenses; a record book,of clothing disbursed by William Irvine at Fort Pitt; miscellaneous account books,; and an orderly.

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